Darryl I. MacKenzie
Darryl I. MacKenzie
Proteus Wildlife Research Consultants
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Estimating site occupancy rates when detection probabilities are less than one
DI MacKenzie, JD Nichols, GB Lachman, S Droege, J Andrew Royle, ...
Ecology 83 (8), 2248-2255, 2002
Occupancy estimation and modeling: inferring patterns and dynamics of species occurrence
DI MacKenzie, JD Nichols, JA Royle, KH Pollock, L Bailey, JE Hines
Elsevier, 2017
Estimating site occupancy, colonization, and local extinction when a species is detected imperfectly
DI MacKenzie, JD Nichols, JE Hines, MG Knutson, AB Franklin
Ecology 84 (8), 2200-2207, 2003
Designing occupancy studies: general advice and allocating survey effort
DI MacKenzie, JA Royle
Journal of applied Ecology 42 (6), 1105-1114, 2005
Assessing the fit of site-occupancy models
DI MacKenzie, LL Bailey
Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics 9, 300-318, 2004
Improving inferences in population studies of rare species that are detected imperfectly
DI MacKenzie, JD Nichols, N Sutton, K Kawanishi, LL Bailey
Ecology 86 (5), 1101-1113, 2005
Investigating species co‐occurrence patterns when species are detected imperfectly
DI MacKenzie, LL Bailey, JD Nichols
Journal of Animal Ecology 73 (3), 546-555, 2004
What are the issues with presence‐absence data for wildlife managers?
The Journal of Wildlife Management 69 (3), 849-860, 2005
Modeling the probability of resource use: the effect of, and dealing with, detecting a species imperfectly
DI Mackenzie
The Journal of Wildlife Management 70 (2), 367-374, 2006
Modelling skewed data with many zeros: a simple approach combining ordinary and logistic regression
D Fletcher, D MacKenzie, E Villouta
Environmental and ecological statistics 12, 45-54, 2005
How should detection probability be incorporated into estimates of relative abundance?
DI MacKenzie, WL Kendall
Ecology 83 (9), 2387-2393, 2002
Occupancy as a surrogate for abundance estimation
DI MacKenzie, JD Nichols
Animal biodiversity and conservation 27 (1), 461-467, 2004
Tigers on trails: occupancy modeling for cluster sampling
JE Hines, JD Nichols, JA Royle, DI MacKenzie, AM Gopalaswamy, ...
Ecological Applications 20 (5), 1456-1466, 2010
Sampling design trade‐offs in occupancy studies with imperfect detection: examples and software
LL Bailey, JE Hines, JD Nichols, DI MacKenzie
Ecological Applications 17 (1), 281-290, 2007
Modeling species occurrence dynamics with multiple states and imperfect detection
DI MacKenzie, JD Nichols, ME Seamans, RJ Gutiérrez
Ecology 90 (3), 823-835, 2009
Monitoring carnivore populations at the landscape scale: occupancy modelling of tigers from sign surveys
KU Karanth, AM Gopalaswamy, NS Kumar, S Vaidyanathan, JD Nichols, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 48 (4), 1048-1056, 2011
Advances and applications of occupancy models
LL Bailey, DI MacKenzie, JD Nichols
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (12), 1269-1279, 2014
Occupancy estimation and modeling with multiple states and state uncertainty
JD Nichols, JE Hines, DI Mackenzie, ME Seamans, RJ Gutierrez
Ecology 88 (6), 1395-1400, 2007
The use of photographic rates to estimate densities of tigers and other cryptic mammals: a comment on misleading conclusions
CS Jennelle, MC Runge, DI MacKenzie
Animal Conservation Fórum 5 (2), 119-120, 2002
Seeking a second opinion: uncertainty in disease ecology
BT McClintock, JD Nichols, LL Bailey, DI MacKenzie, WL Kendall, ...
Ecology letters 13 (6), 659-674, 2010
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